Structured solutions for Asian project finance

Structured solutions

china-building

According to international dealers active in Asia commodity finance, regulatory and market-related factors are driving increased volumes of lending products that employ both physical and financial underlyings to manage counterparty and price risks. By Deutsche Bank’s estimation, 30%–40% of base metals trade flow in Asia is funded on a collateralised basis, a level that could double over the next few years if prices continue to increase at current rates.

On the one hand, the increased capital,

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